Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) interim Chairman, Najam Sethi has promised to make all affairs of the board more transparent and also decided a new code of conduct for players and officials on Wednesday, ARY News reported.

Najam Sethi chaired a meeting of the Governing body and later announced that the new code of conduct was being prepared and would be soon put in place and also made it clear that he wanted to have more transparency in PCB affairs.

Sethi also said that the Governing board had discussed the budget besides other key issues at its meeting and also asked him to fly to the West Indies.

Furthermore, the PCB`s four-year broadcasting deal with the Dubai based Ten sports channel ended in June and the board confirmed it had lost around USD 80 million out of its total deal of USD 135,000 since there was no bilateral series with India in the four-year period.